Conzilla - The Concept Browser

Contextual Neighbourhood

We treat concepts anc concept-relations as stand-alone objects meaning that their existence is not bound to a specific Context-map. We belive this will encourage reuse and consequently more thourough descriptions. Hopefully, this will also lead to better reuse between individual and groups and henceforth better conceptual calibration?.

The set of Context-maps a concept or concept-relation occurs in is referred to as it's Contextual Neighbourhood.
For practical reasons we provide the possibility to easily switch between theese contextmaps. In Conzilla2 you achieve this by right-clicking on the concept or concept-relation which brings up the context menu?. In the context menu you simply choose the surf submenu (if surf is grayed out or the submenu is nonexistant - the concept occurs only in the current Context-map).